‘Luca’: Pixar dips into lovely Italian waters, telling a genial coming-of-age adventure

‘Mortal Kombat’: Go in knowing it’s nonsense, come out wishing it had been fun nonsense

‘Raya and the Last Dragon’: Lore as reimagined by Disney, brought to animated, triumphant end

‘True Mothers’: Happy family, unhappy prospect of a birth mother returning with second thoughts

‘Promising Young Woman’: Pastel fingernails become razor claws in fight to make things right

‘Tesla’: Flashes of brilliance seen from a director portraying lifetimes of brilliance from inventors

‘Palm Springs’: A confidently comedic refresh that keeps time loop genre from repeating itself

‘Babyteeth’: It’s in teen-girl-with-cancer genre, but you only think you’ve seen this film before

‘And Then We Danced’: Finding a partner carries risks in this company, and its land

‘Les Misérables’: When Paris’ suburbs burn, police crew shares blame for lighting the fuse